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    Watch: Matthew McConaughey & Woody Harrelson Keep The Bad Men From The Door In New Trailer For 'True Detective'

    A dark, intense drama led by two of Hollywood's most acclaimed actors, helmed by an arthouse fave director, "True Detective" is one of our most anticipated projects for 2014 no matter what size of screen it's being shown on. And in the cold grip of winter, there might be no better place than your co...

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    Steve McQueen to Receive Director of the Year Award at Palm Springs International Film Fest UPDATED

    UPDATE:The 25th annual Palm Springs International Film Fest will honor "12 Years a Slave" director Steve McQueen with its Director of the Year Award. The honor will be presented to McQueen on January 4 at an awards gala that also includes honorees Bruce Dern ("Nebraska"), Sandra Bullock ("Gravity") ...

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    Rome Film Festival Awards: Scarlett Johansson Wins For Voice Role In 'Her,' Matthew McConaughey For ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ & More

    While the bearing it has on the stateside awards season race is fairly minimal at the end of the day, you can bet the folks over at Warner Bros. and Focus Features are very happy with the news they received over the weekend and will be adjusting their campaigns accordingly.

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    Palm Springs International Film Festival to Honor Sandra Bullock at Annual Gala

    Still riding high off her incredibly acclaimed performance in "Gravity," Sandra Bullock has just been announced as the recipient of the Desert Palm Achievement Award on behalf of the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

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    5 More Actors With More Than One Shot At Oscar This Year, From Tom Hanks To Matthew McConaughey

    It's tough enough getting one Oscar nomination, but how hard is it to get two nods in the same year? Very, but these five thespians have a legitimate shot at it in 2013. Tom Hanks, Matthew McConaughey, Amy Adams, Christian Bale, and Leonardo DiCaprio all delivered two Oscar-caliber performances. Wil...

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    Who Does the History of AIDS Belong To?

    'Dallas Buyers Club' takes criticism for representing the AIDS crisis through a straight protagonist.

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    WATCH: Martin Scorsese's Dolce & Gabbana Ad 'Street of Dreams,' Starring Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey

    Check out Martin Scorsese's new Dolce & Gabbana ad, starring the beautiful likes of Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey. The short film, entitled "Street of Dreams," finds the duo driving the streets of a black-and-white and enchantingly empty New York City.

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    Watch: Martin Scorsese’s Dolce & Gabbana Ad With Scarlett Johansson & Matthew McConaughey; 'Wolf Of Wall Street' Wins First Award

    If we had half the organizational skills of Martin Scorsese, we'd probably get a lot more done. Even with a deadline looming to deliver his nearly 3-hour ode to Wall Street debauchery "Wolf Of Wall Street," a looming gig as the president of next month's Marrakech Film Festival, not to mention countl...

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Dallas Buyers Club' Opens Well; 'About Time' Has OK Showing

    The non-stop flow of Oscar and other award hopeful releases continues this week. Focus Features' final film from the current team, "The Dallas Buyer's Club," opened credibly in four cities in the U.S. and Canada. The well-reviewed AIDS drama, focused on a true-life character's attempt to find his o...

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    Review: Dallas Buyers Club

    The craft of acting is based on the performer’s ability to transform. An actor renounces to his own personality to inhabit the character’s skin. After watching Dallas Buyers Club, it is hard to think of any performances this year that exemplify that basic principle of the dramatic craft better than ...

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